Intel shows off Nehalem system with SSDs

Posted on Thursday, Jul 10 2008 @ 13:40 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel was showing off a new system with Nehalem hardware and some solid state disks to the press:
Intel was showing off some of their next-gen hardware today at a posh NYC hotel on the east side of Manhattan. There aren't many specifics we can disclose just yet, but we were allowed to snap off a few pictures of a system that we're sure many of you are eager to check out. What you see pictured at the URL below is a complete Nehalem-based rig, built around an Intel X58 chipset motherboard and a pair of Intel SSD drives running in RAID 0. Could this be early 2009's version of an enthusiast class PC? Head on over to the site and to check it out and decide for yourself...

Check it out at HotHardware.

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